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have Rj wienie («a Ui. mailers the Japanese ( verywhen» a h a l,it which lune a lesson for us. hath and morning never cold, never w,n hot as it can be bun; >. this habit seems very : the most inveierate i;. stays in the ' may In timir nightly ' wash th. water is i l'in, hut ahvavs as JO !,. ; lit' 11. : 1. •mint dons ids cold ;u!> in cold laid cd, must follow iy : mg eu Tin ig which, i! j, susp, i i is not found to n -, if the wan ; heat is main luma beneath the !, bather or 1 >.. ; h) lie bath Till* * va ■ soaking, the washim-: p, oiongi'd r hein a dula on the bathroom lii second and iinal sou. id a towel and a lounge in ' This habit 1I1 seems to prop and suppleness of the sons inclined to found to he the cold bath in <>w •an Is scull altogcil <■] \ 0 •y I-a i he poore-1 of d.e Jap. bath with 1 would sure the man who used it mmt '■< barbarian. ; mazenn ut T:i Luck's Wn Custom house men !:av made other captures be ; contraband goods. A man fected a heavy jewelry robbery in port town plunder, and. having dop.» iu boat, he row nl himself bor to a timber wharf, ting the sack a< ro.-u his ■ ■ >-irs. wa making o who had 1 cen dozing a her, rou d by tie.' m ir jL 1 •f i i. ;.se •At •: I - ■ ■ ! ; w a s let M 111 a .•'.'•mss the htir n I 'tl and. pnt I ' • >v non a the tim li lid stopped him got in the an "You are welcome to loo!: board ami ft'tcij the other." wont. and. : nottur and ask-'d • a Un ■ il". I : v 1 ■ ■ go "11 u.d off the . imagin' h. ! • did n> >lke: : ,u ex- - i H' up 11, as t pc bay Isted. T ad it full of u wan ra 1 ; .ad of a few waicuc hlliidi'. : s an such :•■; sailors yarn, try to land. tin: : -, i 's. t: OiiC Ol' When Mrs. J ui Deni < in. in 1 '>• : : la'ipn ill 2000 ('h. •rod: tors m •> Ids surrem. <n y of t Li<* Uraiu & corded of afternoon by .1 1 ; old woman. ;v ! S \U' W;L> t ]' 'i* iiui 1 but paisimoiiio Mrs. narrated to •s that had lately oid The woman Grant t!.» 1 attend ! ii'tum a :rnn amt d. though woman who had main and whodmt u a » just biH":i desert«* niipjj .jnd had two I .A she was n< children. "I couldn't lie!]» but had 1er l 'c\ about bei she told me morning trouble," i '•II was \w .Mrs. dr •:;.:!: I place et?"— New I ihe om woman. •li that you felt for ! •Tbit did you fed HY at. said the ■) Did you fee! in your Times-Demo Orleans POCii era t. -d Votin« Dor Denim. bout an i letter, e-u-u-i the ; pp; c'd toll IS A funny story time dseior who. wriim. ••.1 udge. is; ed u judge wav to spell equinouiiea «Vos i think Ü is." said the judge '•but here's Webster's Dictionary, tell you." He irî d 'm Hud the ward, but gave p.p- Hi. and exclaimed, A ell. a Daniel Webster who will write as !t can noon it uj a sir, I ve always been i.an mum but a diet , as this find not.put m vuiiiiomica] anything bere bi: word as vote for < common get my can't after.' evergreen oak n Europe and northern lit of tlm' Trrr. CorU is an TÏ!» The cork tret in souther: Aft it a m ; u urn [! 1 v attains a ii<. Hnain and I'ortugai it is , , ... v > at extensively culllvut- d 1S ,) for th • first time when from ; , 1 , y >-.*■- rears old. '1 110 h'Tt s i. ty 1. s net • ■ and is used in tile old for tanning. bettor after each succes ' u> peeling. which is done at intervals o! (rein eight to twelve years. The sea lor stripping in Europe is during duly and August, vaiiu Worki principally The sou M .•sctizin;*- ü Witness. while practicing at the o. ee tried the experiment of mag ; 'h s an adverse witness giving evi e.ei.ce and : Uceeeded in liront: m. oar. a romarkabh* • i'-fout speaking a word. Seat* i ils ' li immediately before' the ,; s. i.e fixed lum with his eye till '•s' is a blushed, stammered and ing W mH ip-od in nervous confusion, his most important ny com nro'ia!)!' li i unsaid. ; !v !i<v c . A HflU'i' Trade. ''I uudersaiud nlic nt t young Briefless is marry the daughter of oid j * millionaire?"' munis, i "Yes, so I am told. "Will I.e "Yes. He will give up the law husi- ' uc a and go into the son-in-law husi- j e up the law business?" IDs Brtlvr (<* (>tve Than Hecrlvi'. Uncle itenben says: 1 kin sot down an* gib my feilar man advice by de j i ''>1 : an' f vl as complacent as an old about it. but de minit my feller n an. begins to advise me I git all upsot ober it an' wonder what de idiot am ! talkin' 'bunt." Detroit Free Press. ill'll His TuUt'rcil it'llouu'hIs. ''ttemetimes," said tlie poet. „*'1 have j thoughts that struggle for expression." "And some of those you have givyl) I to tl e world show evidence of the j si it g ■ le," replied the critic.—Chicago Post. J I Mo man is a failure because he says ! w.n.J lie thinks. .1 lie failure cornea ! wr.eii 1 man thinks of the wrong thing ! tunny. Poston Christian Register Piili Jii'li Shoe Thicvr*. ■ V, it is "ot ail profit in 01m bitsJ- • A", it Is not ait pi out 111 Oil. Dual cd the manager 01 an "ex ; Clu-ive" Shot-store HI t ; 'e ^ iltn jvemie I 11 wlib'h ll' -a. 's'thal in \ .eve to! ! n vthki" i we j I i : : r tie» !; tie 1 a mia ]HHlj'iO of ill' cases » f rt in nag ace» ants wo lx end of the year wail liil use they seor.i a money, 1 but yearly settlements- tli.it is, our id, is on Jan. 1 ime before J; : f. 1 iut our los ; is fuaui polished. ! How can a man y with a pair of shoes? Why. in; ■ them on with them. These . thieves, J omen, come in with the air ! gel <» 1 ! of wnltli aial geilliiity, select expeu- , sive slices, try them on—both shoes nr* | know, in a tirst c le pretending to to try the feel of money some source' chief oi -i-d thieves. 0 V.T ■..et aw, ids feet ai »I wa ■ ing aw.;. men and w ■ ■ on. you l net dace wail: I the w ai d down Ui shoes limy »L 'erf the saDsihan's atteu walk out of the store dollar shoes on their feet, >y turn am with twenty leaving a hands, liiere are so can he work d that we sometimes low three* or four pairs of shoes in a week." -1 « : kdiar and a half pair on our •easy,' but Don't tliink wi many ways in iviiicb th r< ; Times. New Yo: !»y Half. Sfli'il 11 V<' Tiki Terence ivith the hod)—-Yer not work Are y»'Z out of. a job? * Dennis -Sure. Oi fell off a nine stho terday. an' Oi got mad in', Dinuie. ry buildin' > an' quit. Yer too slnsi ■lice —Aw, go on! live!—Judge. , I\ Ularney. l-'raia Lady Tourist— Driver, how many will ; your car hold? j jarvey--Well, if ye sits adjacent I six. but if ye sits fa 1 stow away nine of ye 1 can take ; [nili . n . j ( j ! only In vitatlo-.e. AI most Fred Your father is a man of g.»*at of mind. 1 am told. Yes. and of wedding presents n n 1 j j prCSLliCL Stella also.-- Exchange. The Pair. Sam L Lewis. FALL & WINTER ANNOUNCEMENT. CLOTHING. Met.« Stti! « hi Wut « td, Check, jrHit worth to V-l. at .hi* «air $5 to $7.50. j a 500 Homespun, veil mud ,? it}). Men « .Ni ii:« i.t French ( 'aye, lHag 111. at", ('he in 1 , ton.-, ft est tailor made, lining, in 8 tv!?* ami ( '•(,<( wai, 1 *, no! a s/rii in lot 500 luncht at d Mrl- \*P eat ee„ and enge y 1 , Meet Milita,;, cat. Frocks, \ _ . Iuf i «*' j ran he buug/tt ehtwhvrr fnr lr>$ than from | , . . - , .* > 1 . • • 1 * » ■St.1 to #*}.), special at tine sale Votir chum , ! from $10 to $15. j ' 1 AA.I/ */.* iinc tl ice« Ore rcnti'e. in Melt an, ^vU/ v - ; Fearer. I j ' li., >S'< 11 . Bajlius, at du. j choice at pom $5 to $25 and ( Vl In i 20 liruad Cloth, aiade up m the latex! .style« » ale yuar 1 Men« It«tees amt I'ea Jacke!«, a! 200 good assortment, guar choice jcom $3 50 to $ 15 . is Suits hi youth*, hoys a ml childicus^ in J piece«: •long pants J piece Hails \ /V flens Fants in Clay Worsted, Stripes, FI tune/also a fall assort ment oj Coidtt.oys, jo ice 6 Jc ui j ! 1000 250 -V . folk: , price 50 c, to $ 8 . 75 . pc knee pants, tug sizes to close oat at 15 c to Jar. Orerc.oats for youths, and. chilihcii assorted styles your choice from $1 to $10. 200 j ^ M# ;j I j We always taue a large assortment of J Mens Fite Coats. HY wish to call your I a.ti nth. n to on. Clothing department. ! arc at ways willing to compete with any ! clothing Home in Amnica in finality ! ■ We ! ! • J^-kctS, QpeS, Fill'S, Suits, Skll'tS. ! ,/ r j ; Without>, nest ion, you me in need of a I j „1,, « child's go, ment. lib j \ ,a * a U il,al ru " Ui " ,,ds thi '' to! best sr.ec ion by buying a. garment al oui ! store, gmt will surely yet a good Jit and an ! i up-to da V coat, as we hart this season moi c j j than loth) garments hr take your pick from. I We hare lItem i.t all s. ati tu. and designs \ i made by the most skillful e.iperl designers | : ai d Fare. : ! ; J ! ■in line rira 1 Ladies ,Ùc\'.!s a« /men« $ 1 : 7,0 hl ! each. Child, em and Misses coats from $1 ; to $5 each, la, scurfs 50 c 10 $ to each. j Always <>" hand (t huge variety of Ladies Tailor mudi suits a, Lin«. Uon't 1 , fed to nsit at urn s,oie Infun mu, iuj^else | where; it will be yum ad ran'aye as well as j ■ ■ our I L)k GObUte. In our 1 cess < lords depart me,,, you will Ji ui the most choice selection of goods in i Cash mers, Henriettas, Ferge, Broad Cloth, C.rpon, Mohan. Brillantine, the latest shades in Xdwiine Cloth and a Ju/l assort ment of Ladies Suiting. We can complete you o dress put cm in full from $2 to $15 a pattern. pieces Cosh me res, Fluids, handsome dr ,g.s and cohos, goods you con 11 it hug else a he, e, for less than 20 to 'ihr a yard, at tl 1« sole lOc yd, 50 pieces of calico, fast colors, -V yd. L.L. Factory in yd. 500 pieces outirnj 4 c to 10 c yd. 50 SILKS and VELVETS. We bought oar Silk direct from the man ufacturers. This means a saving to you of 20 to 40 c on a yaid. You can buy a fine silk dies«* patte ru at our store as cheap as you can l>vy a Henrietta dress elsewhere. yards Brmnants, Silk and Vel vet well worth 40 e to Si 50 , at this sale from 10c to 50c. We would advise you to make your selec tion early in this department. I 1000 P. S. We also take Grain and Produce of all kinds. Hides and Furs. \ Ladies and Gent's Furnishings* Ils hare 200 wens Fleer: il I',,} V/.. ear ft. It ir s 50 l/ul'y north 70 c, at Ihitt «nie &V dozen ladies- res « a tl pi fleered U ni. a 'In " > ti >i it' ce 1 1 ■■ I t > 7.0 • sui\ .1 \*P rri "'■>"'> >» Children » and Infante 1 "™ 1 a! ,hi * bc to £Cc tach - _ Ml '' rW(/ "'' " fiLwii ry. «*' V r nnd up. Ladies guff glues, rytlar ôde r.hie, ' 25 c pair. .1 full assoit meut of 1 es's. , tine 11 a mi e ec it i e t & und ^lnifici '8 fiom „ • •" j'uui 25 c to $1. ( 'a.a fa ic iandl.r,chief«, at this sale tie ton as 1c each, Laees, em broideries amt rdAums, uc > could n ii et xr you to boy there g-wds are not in need, a* we Ini v mar, ereu if you ecu'I'll! /hull- ■ «and yard« at a nominal ha: pi ice of tc t„ 20 c. yard. JEWELRY & NOVELTIES II e hare a fair rumple c stock of Jewelry ' Ladies and (lent« solid gold ii nipt, watches and chahs, is just as sa f child to laiy a he feature in tins ilepa r' meat, we do not Faying jeweliy 11/ our « fuie as i f yon icnitd sc„d your spoof of du cad. One 111 is 'ae icle. erg r, di ,g /. represent an ralae, '"dot gold jewelry in particular is positive— Jan/autred or your money refunded, ^ e .far the holiday hade a huge ninety of Christmas gifts such as Minims, Ih rsnng ('uses and farcy Sit: ei ware. CARPETR, RUGS and LINOLEUMS We later found that the gravest adnint age to sell (impels, to wear amt keep its ! color and g ire satisfaction for what you ! pay Jor, is to hay direct from tin mills ! ", IIP,r . ""' I/ ,,rr W' "'"'J foo " r '»'dee. j thereby you get clean ami wholesome lerial.-uot a carpet that is kept in j houses, moth eaten and out of dale, pattern. HY don't charge any more far our carpels than others da for an inferine y rude. ! grain cm pels Hoc goal a nI j —--- — - \ | ma wa re In r up. NOTIONS. Fine white pearl huilons fair g utility 2 Jc huilons 1 J doi he. Tooth brush MF'tac 10 c and I 5 e grade ,w each. flood ; n "- l " lt ' r ^ r « iv * ,<V "> ch - j ' •"''t N/, L mind Wool 1 j l>, ess .1 lange va net y of Coton ru Flanket« und tlui/ls. niLLINERY. A few words in this depart ment. If you arc in need of a hat of anyj,ind don't fail to come to this store, where i/oti can yet the best of selection m the hugest dcsiyhs anil makre, trimmed hy ihr most skilled e.rpert ra a always sure yon f 1 om 50 c to $5 on a hut over what yon can I,ay it for risen here send airay for if. millinery trim mers of America. MY or BOOTS anti SHOES. Oar Boot and Shoe department, has in credsed its sales year hy year, mouth l>y month; without guest ion it is the merits of the wear and the satisfaction of the Blows. We always carry Watson-Plummer fam ous Bed School House Shoe for children, Ladies and (lents shoes, also Friedman Bros, celebrated Ladies Pacific Shoes. A full assortment of Mens, Ladies, Boys Youths and Childrens rithlwi wear. HATS and CAPS. A large assortment of Mens, Boys and Youths llatH and Caps. A regular 50 c boys hat reduced to 35 C. A regular $1 mens hat reduced to 5<>C. Caps as hue as 35c.